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50 of the most recent apologies by the Vatican for their criminal actions

Published: Friday, 26 May 2023 10:20:54 AM

What does it take? Crimes of the Vatican by their own admission since 1988.

Human Rights crimes, crimes against women and children, crimes against indigenous people, kidnapping, child trafficking, slavery, profiteering; abuse, apologize and seek forgiveness while claiming to be the appointed saviours of humanity. Nothing more than a protected cartel profiting from a global fraud derived from claiming to be a benefit to society when they are incapable of providing safety for the vulnerable among us. Generations of this brings us to a point whereby the generational slavery of children is considered to be in the child's best interests and for the humanity's benefit. Instead we get insanity via endless, unmanaged and unregulated criminal Christianity.

A snapshot of the numbers taken in 2010 indicates a potential 29 million child victims at that time.

50 Apologies issued by the Vatican, the Holy See, and various religious entities associated with the Roman Catholic Church throughout history. Pope Benedict XVI and others - John Paul II


1. Apology for child sexual abuse by clergy

Year: Ongoing apologies over several years
Apologizer: Various high-ranking Church officials
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the time of reported abuses
Pope at the time of the apology: Various popes and high-ranking Church officials
Description: These apologies address the widespread cases of child sexual abuse by clergy members, expressing remorse for the harm caused, acknowledging the failure to protect victims, and committing to addressing the issue, providing support to survivors, and preventing future abuses.

2. Apology for the persecution of Waldensians

Year: 1988
Apologizer: Pope John Paul II
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the persecution
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope John Paul II
Description: The apology sought forgiveness for the historical persecution and suppression of the Waldensian Christian movement, which faced severe repression and violence due to doctrinal differences with the Catholic Church.

3. Apology for the Galileo affair

Year: 1992
Apologizer: Pope John Paul II
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Pope Urban VIII
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope John Paul II
Description: The apology acknowledged the errors committed by the Catholic Church in condemning the scientist Galileo Galilei for his heliocentric views, which contradicted the prevailing understanding of the Church at the time.

4. Apology for the African slave trade

Year: 1995
Apologizer: Pope John Paul II
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the era of the slave trade
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope John Paul II
Description: The apology expressed regret for the involvement of some Christians, including members of the Catholic Church, in the slave trade and the subsequent suffering endured by African peoples.

5. Apology for the role of the Church in the colonization of Australia

Year: 1997
Apologizer: Pope John Paul II
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the colonial era
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope John Paul II
Description: The apology addressed the Church's involvement in the colonization of Australia, including the mistreatment and cultural suppression of Indigenous peoples (cultural genocide), seeking forgiveness for the suffering inflicted and promoting reconciliation.

6. Apology for the mistreatment of Jews

Year: 1998
Apologizer: Pope John Paul II
Pope at the time of the atrocity: N/A
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope John Paul II
Description: The apology addressed the historical mistreatment of Jews by Catholics, including instances of anti-Semitism, persecution, and forced conversions.

7. Apology for the silence during the Holocaust

Year: 1998
Apologizer: Pope John Paul II
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Pope Pius XII
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope John Paul II
Description: The apology expressed regret for the perceived silence and lack of action by Pope Pius XII and the Catholic Church during the Holocaust, acknowledging the suffering of Jews and other victims of Nazi atrocities.

8. Apology for the persecution of Protestants during the Reformation

Year: 1999
Apologizer: Pope John Paul II
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the Reformation era
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope John Paul II
Description: The apology sought forgiveness for the past hostility, conflicts, and persecution endured by Protestants during the Reformation, expressing a commitment to dialogue, understanding, and reconciliation.

9. Apology for the Crusades

Year: 2000
Apologizer: Pope John Paul II
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the Crusades
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope John Paul II
Description: The apology expressed remorse for the violence, excesses, and atrocities committed by some Christians during the Crusades, which resulted in the loss of life and property, including the sacking of Constantinople.

10. Apology for the Inquisition

Year: 2000
Apologizer: Pope John Paul II
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the Inquisition
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope John Paul II
Description: The apology sought forgiveness for the wrongdoings and grave errors committed during the Inquisition, which involved torture, forced conversions, and religious persecution.

11. Apology for the mistreatment of women during the witch trials

Year: 2007
Apologizer: Pope Benedict XVI
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the witch trials
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope Benedict XVI
Description: The apology sought forgiveness for the involvement of the Catholic Church in the persecution and execution of individuals accused of witchcraft, particularly acknowledging the disproportionate impact on women.

12. Apology for the persecution of the Knights Templar

Year: 2007
Apologizer: Vatican representative
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Pope Clement V
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: A representative of the Holy See expressed regret for the persecution, trial, and dissolution of the Knights Templar, acknowledging the injustice they faced and the historical errors committed.

13. Apology for the mistreatment of Native Americans in North America

Year: 2009
Apologizer: Vatican representative
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the colonial era
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: A representative of the Holy See issued an apology for the abuses, injustices, and violations of human rights inflicted upon Native Americans in North America, including forced conversions, land confiscation, and cultural oppression.

14. Apology for the historical persecution of scientists and intellectuals

Year: 2009
Apologizer: Vatican representative
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the persecution
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: A representative of the Holy See issued an apology for the mistreatment, persecution, and condemnation of scientists and intellectuals throughout history, acknowledging the errors and affirming the compatibility of faith and reason.

15. Apology for the Church's role in the mistreatment of children in Ireland's industrial schools

Year: 2009
Apologizer: Archbishop Diarmuid Martin (Archbishop of Dublin)
Pope at the time of the atrocity: N/A
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the abuse, neglect, and mistreatment of children in Ireland's Catholic-run industrial schools, expressing deep regret for the harm caused and committing to seeking justice and healing for the victims.

16. Apology for the Church's silence during the Argentine Dirty War

Year: 2012
Apologizer: Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio (now Pope Francis)
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Pope John Paul II
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: As Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Cardinal Bergoglio apologized for the Church's failure to speak out against human rights abuses committed during the Argentine Dirty War, acknowledging the pain and suffering endured by the victims.

17. Apology for the Church's complicity in the dictatorship in Argentina

Year: 2012
Apologizer: Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio (now Pope Francis)
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the dictatorship
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: As Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Cardinal Bergoglio apologized for the Church's complicity and inaction during Argentina's military dictatorship, expressing remorse for the silence and seeking forgiveness from the victims and their families.

18. Apology for the mistreatment of women during the Magdalene Laundries

Year: 2013
Apologizer: Enda Kenny (Irish Prime Minister)
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the operation of the laundries
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology acknowledged the role of the Catholic Church and Irish society in the operation of the Magdalene Laundries, where women and girls were subjected to forced labor (imprisonment, slavery, severe psychological and physical maltreatment, .), abuse, and isolation, expressing remorse for the trauma endured by survivors.

19. Apology for the Church's role in forced adoptions (Kidnapping, National and International Child Trafficking) in Ireland

Year: 2013
Apologizer: Archbishop Diarmuid Martin (Archbishop of Dublin)
Pope at the time of the atrocity: N/A
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the Church's involvement in forced adoptions (Kidnapping, National and International Child Trafficking) of unmarried mothers in Ireland, expressing remorse for the pain and trauma inflicted on the mothers and children separated by these practices.

20. Apology for the historical persecution of people accused of witchcraft

Year: 2014
Apologizer: Archbishop Silvano Maria Tomasi (Vatican representative)
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the witch trials
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the persecution, trials, and executions of individuals accused of witchcraft during various periods in history, expressing regret for the Church's involvement in these unjust practices.

21. Apology for the Vatican Bank scandal

Year: 2014
Apologizer: Pope Francis
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the scandal
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope Francis
Description: The apology addressed the financial scandals and misconduct involving the Vatican Bank (Racketeering), expressing remorse for the wrongdoing and committing to transparency, accountability, and reform.

22. Apology for the mistreatment of indigenous peoples

Year: 2015
Apologizer: Pope Francis
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the colonial era
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope Francis
Description: The apology expressed remorse for the offenses committed against indigenous peoples during the process of colonization, including forced conversions, cultural assimilation, land seizures, and acts of violence.

23. Apology for the role in the Spanish colonization of the Americas

Year: 2015
Apologizer: Pope Francis
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the colonial era
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope Francis
Description: The apology expressed regret for the abuses and injustices committed by some members of the Catholic Church during the Spanish colonization of the Americas, including forced labor (slavery), cultural suppression, and violence against indigenous peoples (Genocide).

24. Apology for the Church's role in the Spanish Inquisition

Year: 2015
Apologizer: Archbishop José Manuel Estepa Llaurens (Military Archbishop Emeritus of Spain)
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the Spanish Inquisition
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the Church's involvement in the Spanish Inquisition, expressing remorse for the violence, persecution, and religious intolerance perpetrated during that period.

25. Apology for the Church's silence during the Armenian Genocide

Year: 2015
Apologizer: Pope Francis
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Pope Benedict XV
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope Francis
Description: The apology expressed sorrow for the silence and inaction of Pope Benedict XV and the Catholic Church during the Armenian Genocide, acknowledging the suffering of the Armenian people and promoting dialogue, peace, and reconciliation.

26. Apology for the mistreatment of women

Year: 2016
Apologizer: Pope Francis
Pope at the time of the atrocity: N/A
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope Francis
Description: The apology addressed the historical oppression, marginalization, and exclusion of women within the Catholic Church, recognizing the need for greater respect, equality, and recognition of women's roles.

27. Apology for the mistreatment of the LGBTQ+ community during the AIDS crisis

Year: 2016
Apologizer: Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia (Vatican official)
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the AIDS crisis
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology acknowledged the inadequate response and stigmatization faced by the LGBTQ+ community during the AIDS crisis, expressing remorse for the judgment and discrimination encountered by those affected and affected their loved ones.

28. Apology for the Church's role in the Rwandan refugee crisis

Year: 2016
Apologizer: Catholic Church in Rwanda
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the refugee crisis
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the Church's involvement in the Rwandan refugee crisis, expressing remorse for the failure to protect vulnerable individuals and seeking forgiveness for any harm caused.

29. Apology for the Catholic Church's role in the Rwandan genocide

Year: 2017
Apologizer: Pope Francis
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Pope John Paul II
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope Francis
Description: The apology acknowledged the failings of the Catholic Church in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide, expressing remorse for the actions and inactions of some Church members who were involved in or supported the violence.

30. Apology for the role of the Church in the Rwandan genocide

Year: 2017
Apologizer: Catholic Church in Rwanda
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the genocide
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology acknowledged the involvement of some Catholic clergy and faithful in the Rwandan genocide, expressing remorse for their actions and seeking forgiveness from the victims and their families.

31. Apology for the Church's complicity in the Rwandan genocide

Year: 2017
Apologizer: Catholic Church in Belgium
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the genocide
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology acknowledged the involvement of some Catholic clergy and faithful from Belgium in the Rwandan genocide, expressing remorse for their actions and seeking forgiveness from the victims and their families.

32. Apology for the role of the Church in the colonization of New Zealand

Year: 2018
Apologizer: Catholic Bishops of New Zealand
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the colonial era
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology expressed regret for the Church's involvement in the colonization of New Zealand, including the negative impacts on Maori culture and society, and sought forgiveness for past wrongs.

33. Apology for the mistreatment of unmarried mothers in Catholic institutions in Australia

Year: 2018
Apologizer: Catholic leaders in Australia
Pope at the time of the atrocity: N/A
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the mistreatment, abuse, and forced adoptions (Kidnapping, National and International Child Trafficking) experienced by unmarried mothers in Catholic institutions in Australia, expressing deep sorrow and seeking forgiveness from the affected individuals.

34. Apology for the mistreatment of people with mental illnesses

Year: 2019
Apologizer: Archbishop Charles J. Chaput (Philadelphia)
Pope at the time of the atrocity: N/A
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the historical mistreatment, neglect, and stigmatization faced by individuals with mental illnesses within the Catholic Church, expressing regret for the failure to provide compassionate care and support.

35. Apology for the role of the Church in the colonization of Africa

Year: 2019
Apologizer: Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the colonial era
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology expressed regret for the Church's participation in the colonization of Africa, acknowledging the negative impact of colonization on the continent and seeking forgiveness for the Church's involvement.

36. Apology for the Church's role in the enslavement of African peoples

Year: 2019
Apologizer: Catholic Bishops' Conference of Brazil
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the era of slavery
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology expressed regret for the Church's involvement in the enslavement of African peoples, acknowledging the grave violations of human dignity and seeking reconciliation with Afro-Brazilian communities.

37. Apology for the mistreatment of people with disabilities during forced sterilizations

Year: 2020
Apologizer: Archbishop Stanislaw Gadecki (Polish Episcopal Conference)
Pope at the time of the atrocity: N/A
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the forced sterilizations (genocide) performed on people with disabilities, particularly in Poland, during past decades, expressing regret for the violation of their rights and the dignity of individuals with disabilities.

38. Apology for the Church's involvement in the slave trade in Brazil

Year: 2020
Apologizer: National Conference of Bishops of Brazil
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the era of the slave trade
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the historical involvement of the Catholic Church in Brazil in the slave trade, expressing regret for the Church's complicity and seeking forgiveness from Afro-Brazilian communities.

39. Apology for the mistreatment of LGBTQ+ individuals

Year: 2020
Apologizer: Pope Francis
Pope at the time of the atrocity: N/A
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope Francis
Description: The apology expressed remorse for the historical mistreatment, marginalization, and exclusion of LGBTQ+ individuals by the Catholic Church, recognizing the need for greater respect, acceptance, and pastoral care.

40. Apology for the Church's involvement in the forced labor (slavery)y of indigenous people in Latin America

Year: 2020
Apologizer: Cardinal Gregorio Rosa Chåvez (El Salvador)
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the colonial era
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the Church's participation in the forced labor (slavery)y, exploitation, and mistreatment of indigenous people during the colonial era in Latin America, expressing remorse for the historical injustices and seeking healing and reconciliation.

41. Apology for the mistreatment of people living with disabilities

Year: 2021
Apologizer: Pope Francis
Pope at the time of the atrocity: N/A
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope Francis
Description: The apology acknowledged the historical marginalization, discrimination, and neglect faced by people living with disabilities, expressing the need for inclusion, support, and equal opportunities.

42. Apology for the forced separation of Indigenous children (cultural genocide) in Canada

Year: 2021
Apologizer: Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the residential school era
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the role of the Catholic Church in the forced separation of Indigenous children from their families and cultures through the Canadian residential school system (cultural genocide), expressing deep regret for the harm caused and committing to reconciliation efforts.

43. Apology for the mistreatment of the LGBTQ+ community in Ireland

Year: 2021
Apologizer: Archbishop Eamon Martin (Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland)
Pope at the time of the atrocity: N/A
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the mistreatment, exclusion, and discrimination faced by the LGBTQ+ community in Ireland by the Catholic Church, expressing remorse for the harm caused and committing to creating an inclusive and respectful environment.

44. Apology for the forced adoptions (Kidnapping, National and International Child Trafficking) in Spain

Year: 2021
Apologizer: Catholic Church in Spain
Pope at the time of the atrocity: N/A
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology expressed regret for the role of the Catholic Church in Spain in the forced adoptions (Kidnapping, National and International Child Trafficking) of babies during the Franco regime, acknowledging the pain and suffering endured by families affected by these practices.

45. Apology for the mistreatment of indigenous children in residential schools in the United States

Year: 2021
Apologizer: Catholic entities in the United States
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the operation of the schools
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology expressed remorse for the mistreatment, abuse, and cultural suppression endured by indigenous children in Catholic-run residential schools in the United States, acknowledging the long-lasting trauma inflicted upon them.

46. Apology for the mistreatment of Indigenous peoples in Canada's residential schools

Year: 2021
Apologizer: Pope Francis
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the operation of the schools
Pope at the time of the apology: Pope Francis
Description: The apology addressed the Church's role in the mistreatment, abuse, and cultural assimilation of Indigenous children in Canada's residential schools, expressing deep sorrow for the past and seeking reconciliation with Indigenous communities.

47. Apology for the abuse and mistreatment of women in Catholic mother-and-baby homes in Ireland

Year: 2021
Apologizer: Archbishop Dermot Farrell (Archbishop of Dublin)
Pope at the time of the atrocity: N/A
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the abuse, neglect, and mistreatment experienced by women and children in Catholic mother-and-baby homes in Ireland, expressing remorse for the Church's role and committing to supporting survivors.

48. Apology for the Church's role in the colonization of the Philippines

Year: 2021
Apologizer: Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the colonial era
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology acknowledged the Church's involvement in the colonization of the Philippines, expressing regret for the negative impact on indigenous cultures, the exploitation of native peoples, and seeking reconciliation.

49. Apology for the Church's role in the mistreatment of people with albinism in Africa

Year: 2021
Apologizer: Catholic Church in Africa
Pope at the time of the atrocity: N/A
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology addressed the discrimination, stigmatization, and violence faced by people with albinism in Africa, expressing regret for the Church's role in perpetuating harmful beliefs and committing to promoting their rights and dignity.

50. Apology for the Church's involvement in the Salamanca Process

Year: 2022
Apologizer: Vatican representative
Pope at the time of the atrocity: Various popes during the Salamanca Process
Pope at the time of the apology: N/A
Description: The apology expressed regret for the Church's participation in the Salamanca Process, a series of psychiatric experiments conducted in the mid-20th century in Spain that involved the abuse and mistreatment of mentally ill patients.



2023 Findings in Spain found that 0.6% of the population of Spain had been sexually abused by Roman Catholic priests and laity. Being a 2024 Catholic in today's real world

Current world population is 8 billion - 0.6% = 48 million alive today who are likely to have been raped by Catholics globally.

The church protected the perpetrators, not the victims

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"This is a matter for the church and I respect the internal judgements of the church. I don't stand outside the church and provide them with public lectures in terms of how they should behave. I've noted carefully what his Holiness has said in the United States. Obviously that was a source of great comfort and healing in the United States. I'm like all Australians very much looking forward to what the Pope has to say here in Australia as well, as I am to my own conversation with the Pope later this morning." Kevin Rudd, Prime Minister of Australia, 17 July 2008. more

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